Shufeng Garden Hotel Chengdu
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Chengdu
... a lot to learn. Please ask me about the details of my misguided attempts....it is seriously a funnier story than the koala pole dance @rosullivan.
I laughed lots! And Mac didn't find this so funny either.
And just to make it clear...there are NO clear days on Chengdu. The sky is always covered with cloud - blue skies are never visible - and the people never see the sun! Amy, beautiful sweet positive Amy, told us "not to worry about this" as every coin had two sides. ...
... what most of it was except for plant or animal (clue was if it was on a bamboo skewer) and even then there could be a question or two.
Next we headed first class on the fast train to Chongqing to catch our cruise up (or is it down) the Yangtze River! Boy do we ever look like the ugly Americans when all 15 of us move from one place to another with 3-4 bags each. Most local people travel with one small bag and a box. I could be anywhere traveling on a train with ...
... the conflict between China and Japan (and S. Korea and Japan) intensify completely propagated by the US.
o We are watching the news from BOTH sides and it is clear the US is trying to ‘destabilize’ the region so that China does not get too powerful and challenge the US (at least that is the US worry).
o Ask any Chinese and they don’t want conflict. They want to keep going to work and ...
We actually managed to organize a dinner in Chengdu with the Chinese family we met on the train. They brought four more friends of which only one spoke a little bit English, so it was an interesting evening with conversations in body language.
They were all very nice and wined and dines us with pretty much everything that the menu offered... so also a lot of unusual stuff which I just couldn't get down me. We had a hotpot which means that all the dishes ...
... coat for 130 yuan, roughly 20 deerskins. Score! If any of you are feeling terrible about this story do not. The man would not have sold the coat for less than he bought, stole, or made it for. He probably still pocketed a 200% profit.
Now content with our purchases, we exited the bartering mall in pursuit of food, once again. We are American and we are obsessed with food, sorry. Emon somehow found this incredible little spot in the this huge city during his ...